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* HollywoodGameDesign: Creating a game (let alone a very successful one) is portrayed as a simple process that only includes a bit of coding and creating 3D models.

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* HollywoodGameDesign: Creating a video game (let alone a very successful one) is portrayed as a simple process that only includes a bit of coding and creating 3D models.

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* HollywoodProvincialism: If it takes place in the USA, expect the setting to look like southern California.


* HollywoodFireSprinklers: Fire sprinklers are unrealistically sensitive, or otherwise portrayed inaccurately.

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* HollywoodWebCam: Video calls do not work that way.


* HollywoodGameDesign: Creating a game (let alone a very successful one) is portrayed as a simple process that only includes a bit of coding and creating 3-D models.

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* HollywoodFireSprinklers: Fire sprinklers are unrealistically sensitive, or otherwise portrayed inaccurately.
* HollywoodGameDesign: Creating a game (let alone a very successful one) is portrayed as a simple process that only includes a bit of coding and creating 3-D 3D models.



* HollywoodHacking: Hacking in RealLife is a pretty boring process, so it's often portrayed as RapidFireTyping coupled with flashing images, 3-D models, and a lot of made-up techno talk.

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* HollywoodHacking: Hacking in RealLife is a pretty boring process, so it's often portrayed as RapidFireTyping coupled with flashing images, 3-D 3D models, and a lot of made-up techno talk.



* HollywoodNatives: "Natives" being scantily-clad, dirty, and overall unintelligent savages wildly inferior to the "civilized" group.
* HollywoodNerd: Nerds that the audience is supposed to like will be attractive, almost always wearing glasses, and have an interest in some geeky subject or another that's relatable.

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* HollywoodNatives: "Natives" being scantily-clad, scantily clad, dirty, and overall unintelligent savages wildly inferior to the "civilized" group.
* HollywoodNerd: Nerds that the audience is supposed to like will be attractive, almost always wearing glasses, and have an interest interested in some geeky subject or another that's relatable.


This index is for tropes and categories that follow the HollywoodX naming scheme.

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This index is for tropes and categories that follow the HollywoodX Hollywood X naming scheme.


* HollywoodDreamtime: Australian Aboriginal concept "the Dreamtime" portrayed inaccurately in fiction.

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* HollywoodDreamtime: People in the West don't even know what the Dreamtime even is, so of course Hollywood is just gonna throw darts onto a board to decide what it is supposed to be.

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* HollywoodDreamtime: Australian Aboriginal concept "the Dreamtime" portrayed inaccurately in fiction.


* HollywoodNewEngland: New England is distilled to its stereotypes and portrayed as a coastal town with a big lobster fishery.

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* HollywoodNewEngland: New England is distilled to its stereotypes and portrayed as a coastal town with a big lobster fishery.or fish fishery where every one is a Ivy Leaguer.

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* HollywoodNewEngland: New England is distilled to its stereotypes and portrayed as a coastal town with a big lobster fishery.


* HollywoodAtheist: The stereotype that atheists are condescending douchebags to everyone who has religious beliefs.

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* HollywoodAtheist: The stereotype that atheists are condescending douchebags to everyone who has religious beliefs.beliefs or are like that because they've concluded that the suffering and injustice they and/or others endure is proof that there isn't a God.


* HollywoodGlasscutter: With the help of a device or even just a diamond ring, cutting out a perfect shape from glass is as easy as cutting paper.

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* HollywoodGlasscutter: With the help of a device or even just device, a diamond ring, or even incredibly sharp nails, cutting out a perfect shape from glass is as easy as cutting paper.


* HollywoodApocrypha: Biblical verses are misused are made up.

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* HollywoodApocrypha: Biblical verses are misused are or made up.

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